MobileFirst Foundation iFix 18.104.22.168-IF20170327-1055 released
A new iFix has been released for MobileFirst Foundation 8.0, dated March 27th, 2017.
Changes in this iFix
For a cumulative list of all previous fixes, see the iFix download page on IBM Fix Central.
PI78681 APPCENTER (CLIENT & SERVER) SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS 10
With this iFix Windows 10 UWP apps is supported in IBM Application Center. User can now upload Windows 10 UWP apps and install the same on their device. The Windows 10 UWP client project for installing the UWP app is now shipped with the Application Center. You can open the project in Visual Studio and create a binary (for example: .appx) for distribution. Application Center does not provide a predefined method of distributing the mobile client. For more information see Microsoft Windows 10 Universal (Native) IBM AppCenter client.
PI78757 WORKLIGHTRESOURCEREQUEST.SEND() HANGS IF DEVICE IS OFFLINEON WINDOWS10
PI79414 CORDOVA JSONSTORE FAILS WITH LATEST CORDOVA 5.0 ONCORDOVA-WINDOWS5 PLATFORM
PI77201 NATIVE IOS APPLICATIONS CAN CRASH DURING LOGIN IF FOUNDATIONSERVER IS NOT ACCESSABLE OR AVAILABLE
How to upgrade
To upgrade, download & install the Developer Kit for evaluators, Developer Kit for customers / iFix package for on-prem production environment (requires login to IBM Fix Central), or refresh your Mobile Foundation service from your service Dashboard.
To upgrade, run the upgrade commands for your platform.
Individual artifact build numbers included in this iFix
IBMMobileFirstPlatformFoundation 8.0.2017032814 IBMMobileFirstPlatformFoundationOpenSSLUtils 8.0.2017032814
IBM MobileFirstPlatformFoundation 8.0.2017030814
Xamarin SDK ibm-worklight-8.0.2017040506
Inclusive terminology note: The Mobile First Platform team is making changes to support the IBM® initiative to replace racially biased and other discriminatory language in our code and content with more inclusive language. While IBM values the use of inclusive language, terms that are outside of IBM's direct influence are sometimes required for the sake of maintaining user understanding. As other industry leaders join IBM in embracing the use of inclusive language, IBM will continue to update the documentation to reflect those changes.